Simple commercial audition, pretty straightforward ("male, open on race, accent neutral, warm, friendly, likable, trustworthy, relatable, relatively fit and vital"), the usual shot-in-the-dark chance of getting it, just a single line to deliver. And I give it to them a couple of ways, nice and natural and non-announcery.
Then we put the product in my hand and I do it again. Same basic delivery, simple and clean.
Then I get out of the room and realize that I never did anything with the product. I mean, I held it up just fine, but I never really looked at it or referenced it or anything. Obviously, you don't have to do a Vanna White presentational thing, but when you're talking about the product that you're holding in your hand, it's kind of natural to, you know, at least physically refer to it with a glance or a small gesture or something.